A soprano started singing out her window in defiance of a government-imposed curfew in Chile

Ayleen Jovita Romero has attracted worldwide notice for her post-curfew performance in Chile.

(CNN)The soprano's voice lifts into the Santiago night sky, breaking the silence of the Chilean government-imposed curfew.

Then, cheers and applause fill the streets.
The stunning bars belong to Ayleen Jovita Romero, whose October 21 performance -- during the curfew imposed after days of clashes between protesters and police in the South American capital -- has garnered a lot of attention on social media as the protests enter their third week.
    As much as her voice and venue, it's also Romero's song choice that has captured global notice: "El derecho de vivir en paz" ("The right to live in peace") by Victor Jara, a popular folk singer who was murdered in the days following the 1973 military coup by Gen. Augusto Pinochet.